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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
m : ¦ — ^ HOW TO TEST ACREAM SEPARATOR aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMBumaaam If any maker , agent or dealer wants to sell you a Cream Separator of any name , make or price , here s the way to test it : . RUN IT ALONGSIDE OF AN ECONOMY CHIEF FOR SIXTY DAYS-that s all . If the Economy Chief doesnt outskim , outrun and completely outclass the other machine in daily use on your farm , send it back and keep the other machine . Ask any ohe of the 193 , 000 Economy Separator users what he things about it . $ A ___ PA \ C A *_ % __ 60 daystrial . 20 years guars * . IIOU * A WW * tee . Money and freight charges Sim tO 4 ^™ beck if not satisfied . Write today _ m \ M I \ B for free copy of Economy Chief Dairy Guide that telb you all . SEARS . ROEBUCK ^ u ^ IThe Most Perfect IICream Separator 1 I That Money Can Buy . IThe United States * 1909 Models JH Nos . 14 and 15 , like all other sizes , are absolutely unequaled . H H They are the standard Separators of the world . ^ B H They are entitled to t...
PTHE FARM VETERINARY [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
PTHE FARM VETERINARY A TROUBLESOME PARASITE OF THE EORSE By F . S . Shoenleber The Veterinary Department of the Kansas State Agricultural College has just issued a valuable press bulletin on the above-mentioned subject . During the past two years this parasite has become very common throughout Kansas , due to the excessive moisture and flood conditions . It is thick at its head end , tapers backward and ends in a blunt point . Its mouth is round , open and furnished with several hard rings , of which the outer bears six short , blunt , teeth-like projections , and the innermost a row of closely set , pointed teeth . This minute description is given to distinguish it from a somewhat lighter colored , smaller one that is found in the intestines only . The mature worms are usually found attached to the mucous membrane of thc large intestines , with the head sunk deep for the purpose of sucking blood , and the immature are usually found in the same place in a small capsule or covering i...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
1 / 7 ASpring Tonlc ^ MK IKM For Your Stock ¦ f £ |? i || r * * *(| fJH Now u ihe lime to get the horses and cattle into IfifllSjl ^ K ^ f ^ Sffl 8 na P e k * ^ e n &lt; * fying weather ahead . Give ____ W _ f _ \ | | §| J || &amp; 3 them a tonic and regulator that will build them A __ W ___ \\ \\ W &amp; XteaS UP dd keep off Ji ««» a «»» , — * J _^ w AwAwk Wr * ANIMAL REGULATOR \* iR EtR ^ r ^ ^ L ¥ overproduced . It purines the blood , dsMnses , strengthens X Ip 9 | $ &amp;&amp; | Ti WT aiid regulates stomach and bowels , stimulates digestion \ T &amp; gj &amp; Wk am ) W sod puts the animal into perfect physical shape . ¦ \ ffii . i £ * i- jf * f It helps hones shed out clean and quickly and makes I \ p % &amp; § 31 if dtem sleek , plump , spirited and healthy . I M ^ Mx § 1 fl Try Pratts Animal Regulator on your horses , cows M flKJjp ||§ : im \ sod hogs this year and see what an improvement it will ¦ ***)&am...
LIVE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
LIVE STOCK TRUE TYPE OF HOLSTEIN By F . L . Houghton , The breeder who , in his pursuit of higher fat percentage in the milk , forgets type , i 3 doing incalculable damage to the future of the breed . Change of environment of the Holstein from the lowlands of Holland is doubtless effecting a very slight change in the bony structure of the breed , tending toward a greater finish or refinement . Aside from this natural process , it is . very doubtful whether any improvement can be made or should be attempted . The Holland type is the result of centuries of selettion and environment , and it has distinguished these cattle in all parts of the world . With it has come the marvelous and profitable production of yield , the characteristic tendencies of powerful digestion and perfect assimilation of food . These characteristics , derived from the Holstein , have been important factors in the foundation stock of the Shorthorn and Ayrshire breeds , and of many of the Continental offshoots . ^...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
I You Pay for the Sand On Roofings When you are offered a ready roofing It is this Ruberoid gum which makes which is coated with sand , mica , or peb- Ruberoid so good a fire resistant You Dies , yon can make np your mind that can throw burning coals on a roof of you are paying roofing prices for the Ruberoid without danger of setting fire coating . either to the roofing , or to the timbers For such coating does not help the underneath , roof . It is merely a talking point It is this exclusive Ruberoid gum to make the roof seem different from which makes Ruberoid flexible enough what it really is . to stand the strains of twisting and Such coating , in fact , is a detriment bending which every roof must bear . Tot it washes off after a few rains , leav- __ - _ -+ _ ,.,, Va . « nt Cjuxri /** iug a roughened surface on the roofing , Seventeen Years of service andchokingupgutters and drain pipes . The first Ruberoid roofs ever laid—The reason why coated roofings are seventeen years ago...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
m Harness leather becomes ^ 8 j I hard , brittle , unsafe , when B I theporesintheleatherare W I open to wind and moist- ^ A ure . An application of Wk EUREKA 1 Harness Oil If fills the pores , seals them Hi against these hardening , HI rottingagenciesandkeeps Mil the harness a beautiful mm , black , soft , elastic , and MM tough . Eureka Harness JHH Oil does wonders for a f | H | harness . Ask yourdealer . / Dli CTANDMtpjOILCOMMNYf
IAN EXPERIENCE IAT THE BELLE MEADE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
IAN EXPERIENCE IAT THE BELLE MEADE FARM I * pHE Belle Meade Farm of 1 Bedford , Mass ., is well known for its thoroughgoing and scientific methods , and is a model in many respects . Its big stables are all covered with Amatite Roofing . The owners write us as follows : It is now nearly three years since we put your Amatite Roofing on our new 300 ft . buildings . This roofing is now in its third winter and has gone through without a leak , and there is every indication that it will be good for many years . The buildings with this light , sparkling Roofing and the red trimmings as painted , are very attractive in appearance , and altogether we are much pleased with your Amatite Roofing . Wc are contemplating the construction of some further buildings for our Shetland Ponies , and mean to use more of your roofing . H the Belle Meade farm people h , ad chosen a smooth surfaced roofing it would have cost them more in the beginning and the difference would have become greater every year ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
Just Six Minutes to Wash a Tubful ! This Is the grandest Washer the fltt F world has ever known . So easy to m ___\§ run that It s almost fun to work it . _ m ___ W Makes clothes spotlessly clean ln HHf double-quick time . Six minutes • d ^ K finishes a tubful . I ¦ J ^ H Any Woman Can Have a J JHH 1900 Gravity JlaP * Washer on |^ HBB Free Trial mW ___\\\ W ____ m Dont send money . ^ HHBB ^^^^ B If you are responsible , ^^ t _^ W ^_^ W you can try it first . Let ^ mt ^ Pmm ¥ us pay the freight . See A ^_^_ A the wonders it performs . __ Wa _ Wa __ Thousands being ; ased . _^ AV ^ a—^^ Every user dellghted . ^^^ Hf ^^ k Theywriteusbush- ^^ ^ B m els of letters telling m . bow It saves work ¦ and worry . Sold on little payments , write for fascinating Free Book today . Address , The 1900 Washer Co ., IM Henry St ., Binghamton , N . V . If you live In Canada , address Canadian 1900 Washer Co ., 3 S 5 Yonge St .. Toronto , Canada .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
WANTEDTSSF I A GOOD FARM tor sals . Not particular about location . Wish to bear from owner . only who will sell direct to buyer . Give price , description and , state when possession can be bad . Address . UPAMTSHttl . B «» B 1808 t . i 4 . Hir . tt . T . A DELUGE OF POSTCARDS CDEE Rare and valuable post cards from ¦ *** ™ the best people alt over . the U . S . and ¦ SBBUBBBBBBBBSM in foreign countries . Greatest offer ever made . Over 50 , 000 members . To increase to 100 , 000 in 30 days we will make you a member for toe and send you a big list showing YOUR NAME IN PRINT . Also include 15 finest cards yoa ever saw , provided yoa show them to your friends and tell them about the Exchange . Cards sell for 75 cents in stores . Guaranteed to please or money back on request SEND 10 c TODAY TOR MEMBERSHIP , 15 CARDS anv A BIG SURPRISE . Peat Oarsl gaeliange . De * . H as , I »« I « MSJ » II « , lest . Whan writing to advertisers please mention FARM PRESS .
THE VALUE OF TREES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
THE VALUE OF TREES Tree planting on the northern prairies should be done to protect the farm buildings , animals and orchards from the severe winds of both summer and winter . Comfort in the home , complete success in stock raising and orcharding demand this Farmers can easily grow their own fenceposts , poles , fuel , repair material , and , where land wastes permit , their lumber for barns , sheds and other uses . Heretofore , too many quick-growing , short-lived trees have been used in thi establishment of windbreaks and woodlots . Many of these are now declining , but it is not advisable that they be entirely abandoned . Remove the dead and dying trees and the remaining trees will afford the shelter required for establishing the new groves , and before the last of the old trees are gone , young ones will be ready to take their places . This protection is especially valuable in case evergreens are used for the purpose of rejuvenation . Evergreens form the best windbreaks , and , ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
OH , HAVE YOU SEEN ON A WAYSIDE SLOPE THE ELMS AND MAPLES , WITH BRANCHES HIGH , THAT SOMEONE PLANTED , IN FAITH AND HOPE , FAR BACK IN THE SILENT YEARS GONE BY ? OH , NOT IN VAIN THERE WERE LEFT IN TRUST TO A LATER AGS THE TREES HE SET : WHEN HE WHO PLANTED IS TURNED TO DUST , THE GOOD THAT HE WROUGHT SURVIVES HIM YET . —Eugene C . Dolson .
THE FARMERS'FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
THE FARMERSFORUM WOULD REDEEM THE MARSHES Editor Farm Press : In my opinion—which is backed up by many successful stock raisers—the farmer may well hesitate over thc troublesome marsh on his place , arid consider whether it is more profitable to drain it and sow il as land , or to dig it deeper and make it . a full-fledged pond . The time has come , it is realized by those who have given the matter any particular study , that an acre of water can be made to yield more food than an acre of land . Professor L . H . Bailey , of the New York Agricultural College , explained this recently , and his words were quoted in several daily papers . Thinking there may be many readers of Farm Press who have not seen them , I now send them in for a wider circulation : The man who owns a lake or pond , or has the use of one , will in the future find it to be valuable agricultural property , Professor Bailey says . We shall breed domestic varieties of fish , as we do pigs or poultry . Some of the Eu...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Press — 1 May 1909
Not a crop failure in 18 years . Can raise more here than on Eastern land costing five times as much . Came here 4 years ago with $ 800 ; now have $ 4 , 500 in bank ;-Said of Panhandle and South Plains Country . The hast Unci heroine to-day are found in the prosperous Southwest . The Panhandle and South Plains region of northwest Texas offers good lands at the lowest price , in the Southwest You can t buy land there as cheaply this year as last , and it will cost more next year . So the HUM te boy is now . I am not in the land business . The Santa Fe Railway employs me to help settle up the country along its lines . The service to you is abeulutely free . I aim not to exaggerate . The truth about the Southwest is strong enough . I consider the Panhandle and South Plains as unequaled for the mass with small moans . Likewise nothing better for the man with a big bank-roll . Both will prosper . This country is no longer on the frontier . Thousands already have settled there . More are ...